Jin looks so gorgeous with her new hair~ her confidence level seems like it went higher and shes showing off her hair more, ahh i love it sm. Her contacts look even better on her. Her live was really fun yesterday! Im honestly waiting for her singing/rapping account LOL. I hope she doesnt mind me posting her profile pic, if she wnats me to take it down then i will :) overall, pls send love to Jin and tell her that she looks amazing, cant wait for new posts♥️ @pewgene
FULLY BOOKED EPISODE 32
Today's book holds a special place in my heart, because it is genuinely one of the first magic books I ever bought. I was twelve years old, and the magic shop owner in Singapore recommended me to get Joshua Jay's Magic Atlas, saying that it's a very good book. Knowing that @joshuajaymagician published this book when he was only seventeen years old inspired a teenage Harapan (barely able to hold a pinky break), and I dare say that this was the book that got me dreaming that I will be able to invent my own tricks and publish my own book some day. Who knew that my first book would be published under Josh's company? 😂
If you are familiar with Josh's material, you will know that this book is full of fantastic magic. One thing that impressed me is how a 17 year old Josh was creating tricks with the worker in mind. If a trick used a gimmick, he would explain how the gimmick is brought in and out of the routine. There are quite a number of tricks in here that are seeds of ideas that will later on develop into more complete routines that he has since marketed either separately, or published elsewhere. For example, there's a trick in here that's like an early prototype of Inferno, and it's quite nice to see how his magic has evolved over the years.
The trick I am featuring is a routine that I actually used to perform from the book. It's called Pocket Jokers, and I've only changed the handling very slightly from the description in the book.